Part 2, with the new juror fly goblin being held here by Carl nice little racer, this one for sales 1300. You can actually go from a thousand to 1800 for sales and I’ve got a 1300 graphine in here, and it goes quite nicely on that. Slow flight characteristics are really good as well, and inverted flight nicer as well. The key thing is: don’t. Ignore the country control surface movements deflections that they have on the little bit of paper. That comes with this, because it is a high speed model and there is not one you’d. Be surprised. How little movement that you need on those control surfaces while it’s flying at high speed, ignore that and do large, deflections and it’d, be virtually uncontrollable after you’ve hand launched it as we discovered a little bit the other day when we did the first place. But keiko will chuck in the end. We’Ll have another flight with it good idea to use rates as well. So, even though I’ve got it off, what I think is quite comfortable throws. I am using rates and exponential as well and it’s, pretty windy today as well. Music, Music, Music, Music, Music, Music I’ll show you this HD. I had what I thought was countable control throw and I had it on rate switch and I’ve gone down to it on the low. If I show you this that much movement on the elevator, I mean not a lot what’s that that’s ten mil from deflection to deflection Jason yeah that’s, not a lot and on ailerons that much oh wow, very minimal minimal.
So it set up for the best mechanical advantage us on the middle. I think the middle hole on the arm of the servo and out on the outermost one on the horn on the aileron, so you’re getting the best mechanical advantage. But you do have to limit the throw a lot to get the best precision outlet brilliant. So thanks for watching this essential, RC flight test, you might want to subscribe for more in the future. We really enjoyed doing them, showing you the best new products out there and we upload action from shows that we go to and we’ll be going to in the future.